The Washington County Planning Commission on Monday tabled a site plan for a wildlife preserve on 137 acres off Maryland 66 and U.S. 40.
A wildlife preserve is defined by the state as a regulated shooting area, associate planner Jill Baker told the Planning Commission.
Joseph Michael of Boonsboro submitted the site plan for the wildlife preserve, according to a county document.
Baker said the preserve would operate from October through March 31.
She said the preserve would be a place where birds would be hauled in, released and shot.
Planning Commission members said they wanted more information on the proposed preserve and that they wanted to visit the site.